Recent Faculty Publications


Martha Ertman Contract Law: An Integrated Approach (2019) (with Debora L. Threedy and William K. Sjostrom Jr). [Abstract]

Developing Professional Skills: Secured Transactions (2018). [Abstract]
Donald Gifford Harper, James and Gray on Torts (Supp. 2019) (with Oscar Gray).
Leigh Goodmark Decriminalizing Domestic Violence: A Balanced Policy Approach to Intimate Partner Violence (2018). [Abstract]
Mark Graber American Constitutionalism: Volume V, The Constitution of the Confederate States (2018) (with Howard Gillmann).

Constitutional Democracy in Crisis? (2018) (with Sanford Levinson and Mark Tushnet). [Abstract]
David Gray Stay Ahead of the Pack: Your Comprehensive Guide to the Upper Level Curriculum (2018) (with others). [Abstract]
Lee Kovarsky Federal Habeas Corpus: Executive Detention and Post-Conviction Litigation (2d ed. Foundation Press 2021) (with Brandon Garrett).

The Death Penalty: Concepts and Insights (2018) (with Brandon Garrett). [Abstract]
Frank Pasquale Editor, Oxford Handbook of the Ethics of Artificial Intelligence (forthcoming 2020) (with Markus D. Dubber & Sunit Das).
Robert Percival Comparative and Global Environmental Law and Policy (2019) (with T. Yang, A. Telesetsky, and L. Harmon-Walker).

Environmental Law: Statutory and Case Supplement 2018-19 (2019).

Environmental Regulation: Law, Science & Policy (1992; 2d ed. 1996; 3d ed. 2000; 4th ed., 2003; 5th ed. 2006; 6th ed. 2009; 7th ed. 2013, 8th ed. 2018) (with others). [Abstract]
Sharon Reece Executive Compensation: Negotiation, Compensation and Taxation (forthcoming 2020) (with A. Meehan).
Max Stearns Teacher's Manual to Law and Economics: Private and Public (2018) (with Todd Zywicki & Tom Miceli).

Law and Economics: Private and Public (2018) (with Todd J. Zywicki and Thomas Miceli). [Abstract]
Donald Tobin Federal Income Tax: A Contemporary Approach (3d ed. 2018) (with Samuel Donaldson). [Abstract]
Kevin Tu Learning Core Commercial Law Concepts (1st ed. 2018) (with others).

Book Chapters

Barbara Bezdek To Have and to Hold? Community Land Trust as Commons, in The Cambridge Handbook on Innovations in Commons Research (forthcoming 2020).
Deborah Thompson Eisenberg Creating a Culture of Conflict Resolution: The Maryland Example, in Beyond Borders—Konflikte Diesseits und Jenseits von Rechten und Pflichten (Sascha Ferz ed., 2019).
Leigh Goodmark The Unintended Consequences of Domestic Violence Criminalization: Reassessing a Governance Feminist Success Story, in Governance Feminism: Notes from the Field (Janet Halley et al. eds., 2019).
  Politics, Safety, and Officer-Involved Intimate Partner Violence, in The Politicization of Safety: Critical Perspectives on Domestic Violence Responses 227 (Jane K. Stoever ed., 2019).
  Responsive Alternatives to the Criminal System in Cases of Intimate Partner Violence, in Restorative and Responsive Human Services (Gale Burford, John Braithwaite, and Valerie Braithwaite eds., 2019).
  Innovative Criminal Justice Responses to Intimate Partner Violence, in Sourcebook on Violence Against Women (Claire M. Renzetti et al eds., 3d ed. 2018).
Mark Graber Counter-Stories: Maintaining and Expanding Civil Liberties in Wartime, in Constitution in Wartime: Beyond Alarmism and Complacency 95 (Mark Tushnet ed., 2018).
  What's in Crisis? The Postwar Constitutional Paradigm, Transformative Constitutionalism and the Fate of Constitutional Democracy, in Constitutional Democracy in Crisis? (Mark Graber, Sanford Levinson & Mark Tushnet eds., 2018).
  Separation of Powers, in The Cambridge Companion to the United States Constitution (Karen Orren & John Compton eds., 2018).
  Race and American Constitutional Exceptionalism, in Comparative Constitutional Theory (Gary Jacobsohn & Miguel Schor eds., 2018).
Leslie Meltzer Henry Linking Patient Registries and Biorepositories, in Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Registries for Evaluating Patient Outcomes: A User's Guide (2018) (with others).
Lee Kovarsky Habeas as Remedy, in Judging National Security: The Evolving Judicial Role in National Security Cases (Robert Chesney & Stephen Vladeck eds., forthcoming 2020).
William J. Moon Recognition, Rewards, and Regime Change, in Resolving Conflicts in the Law: Essays in Honour of Lea Brilmayer 130 (Chiara Giorgetti & Natalie Klein eds., 2019).
Frank Pasquale Paradoxes of Privacy in an Era of Asymmetrical Social Control, in Big Data, Crime and Social Control 31 (Aleš Završnik ed., 2018).
  The Automated Public Sphere, in The Politics and Policies of Big Data, Big Brother? (Ann Rudinow Saetnam, Ingrid Schneider & Nicola Green eds., 2018). [Full Text]
Robert Percival The Climate Crisis and Constitutional Democracies, in Constitutional Democracy in Crisis? (Mark Graber, Sanford Levinson, and Mark Tushnet eds., 2018).


Taunya Lovell Banks The Disappearing Public Toilet, Seton Hall Law Review (forthcoming 2020). [Full Text]
  Multiracial Malaise: Multiracial as a Legal Category, 86 Fordham Law Review 2783 (2018). [Full Text]
Barbara Bezdek Digging into Democracy: Reflections on CED and Social Change Lawyering After #OWS, 77 Maryland Law Review Endnotes 16 (2018). [Full Text]
Andrew Blair-Stanek How the IRS Should Fight the COVID-19 Economic Crisis, Tax Notes Federal, Mar. 30, 2020, at 2067.
  Contractual Tax Reform, 61 William & Mary Law Review (forthcoming 2019) (with Michael Abramowicz). [Full Text]
  Crises and Tax, 67 Duke Law Journal 1155 (2018). [Full Text]
Richard Boldt Emergency Detention and Involuntary Hospitalization: Assessing the Front End of the Civil Commitment Process, 10 Drexel Law Review 1 (2018).
Patricia Campbell University Inventions Reconsidered: Debunking the Myth of University Ownership, 11 William & Mary Business Law Review 77 (2019).
Robert Condlin ADR: Disputing with a Modern Face, or Bargaining for the Bargaining Impaired?, Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution (forthcoming 2020). [Full Text]
Karen Czapanskiy Preschool and Lead Exposed Kids: The IDEA Just Isn't Good Enough, 35 Touro Law Review 171 (2019).
  Structured Settlement Sales and Lead-Poisoned Sellers: Just Say No, 36 Virginia Journal of Environmental Law 1 (2018). [Full Text]
Peter G. Danchin Between Rationality and Reason: Can There Be a Unified Theory of Religious Freedom?, Oxford Journal of Law & Religion (forthcoming).
Deborah Thompson Eisenberg School Conflict De-Escalation: A Coordinated Approach for Educators and SROs, 74 Dispute Resolution Journal 29 (2020). [Full Text]
  What Works in Alternative Dispute Resolution? The Impact of Third-Party Neutral Strategies in Small Claims Cases, 37 Conflict Resolution Quarterly 101 (2020). [Full Text]
  What Works in Alternative Dispute Resolution? The Impact of Third-Party Neutral Strategies in Small Claims Cases, Conflict Resolution Quarterly (2019) (with Lorig Charkoudian and Jamie L. Walter).
  What Works in Custody Mediation? Effectiveness of Various Mediator Behaviors, 54 Family Court Review 544 (2018) (with Lorig Charkoudian and Jamie Walter).
Martha Ertman The Cost of Non-Billable Work, 99 Texas Tech Law Review Online (forthcoming 2020). [Full Text]
  Keep it Simple, Smarty: Tips for Transactional Training Programs, 48 UCC Law Journal 1 (2018).
Donald Gifford How Could Anyone "Roast" Jana? A Tribute to My Colleague Jana Singer, 78 Maryland Law Review 696 (2019).
  Rescuing Tort Law: A Tribute to Judge Sally Adkins, 78 Maryland Law Review 671 (2019). [Full Text]
  Technological Triggers to Tort Revolutions: Steam Locomotives, Autonomous Vehicles, and Accident Compensation, 11 Journal of Tort Law 71 (2018). [Full Text]
Sara Gold Trauma: What Lurks Beneath the Surface, 24 Clinical Law Review 201 (2018). [Full Text]
Leigh Goodmark Gender, Protection Orders, and Intimate Partner Violence in Later Life: A Study of Protective Order Filings in Arizona, Journal of Interpersonal Violence (2019) (with Alesha Durfee).
  The Impact of Prosecutorial Misconduct, Overreach, and Misuse of Discretion on Gender Violence Victims, 123 Dick. L. Rev. 627 (2019). [Full Text]
  Restorative Justice as Feminist Practice, 1 International Journal of Restorative Justice 372 (2018).
Mark Graber Original Expectations, Connecticut Law Review (forthcoming 2020). [Full Text]
  Ship Money: The Case that Time and Whittington Forgot, Constitutional Commentary (forthcoming 2020) [Full Text]
  Book Review, 124 American Historical Review 1893 (2019) (reviewing Martha S. Jones, Birthright Citizens: A History of Race and Rights in Antebellum America (2018)).
  Foreword: Technological Change, Constitutional Flexibility, and Regime Stability, 79 Maryland Law Review 56 (2019). [Full Text]
  Functionalism and the Infield Fly Rule, 13 Florida International University Law Review 935 (2019). [Full Text]
  Overruling McCulloch?, 72 Arkansas Law Review 79 (2019).
  Book Review, 37 Law & History Review 315 (2019) (reviewing Paul Finkelman, Supreme Injustice: Slavery in the Nation's Highest Court (2018)).
  Liberals, 20th-Century American Constitutional Liberalism, and the Liberal Academy: A Comment of Laura Weinrib, The Taming of Free Speech: America's Civil Liberties Compromise, 18 Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies 88 (2018).
  Book Review, 105 Journal of American History 144 (2018) (reviewing Susanna L. Blumenthal, Law and the Modern Mind: Consciousness and Responsibility in American Legal Culture (2016)).
  Teaching the Forgotten Fourteenth Amendment and the Constitution of Memory, 62 St. Louis University Law Journal 639 (2018).
  The Constitutional Powers of Anti-Publian Presidents: Constitutional Interpretation in a Broken Constitutional Order, 21 Chapman Law Review 133 (2018) (with Sanford Levinson). [Full Text]
David Gray Collective Rights and the Fourth Amendment After Carpenter, 79 Maryland Law Review 66 (2019). [Full Text]
  Arnold Loewy: Thought Leader, Champion of the Innocent, Prognosticator, Surveillant, 52 Texas Tech Law Review 107 (2019).
  A Right to Go Dark (?), 72 SMU Law Review 621 (2019).
  Retributivism, Confrontation, and the Death Penalty: Some Skepticism About Dan Markel's Skepticism, 51 Texas Tech Law Review 1 (2018).
  Collective Standing Under the Fourth Amendment, 55 American Criminal Law Review 77 (2018).
Michael Greenberger Too Big to Fail—U.S. Banks’ Regulatory Alchemy: Converting an Obscure Agency Footnote into an “At Will” Nullification of Dodd-Frank's Regulation of the Multi-Trillion Dollar Financial Swaps Market, 14 Journal of Business & Technology Law 197 (2019). [Full Text]
  Better Prepare than React: Reordering Public Health Priorities 100 Years After the Spanish Flu Epidemic, 108 American Journal of Public Health 1465 (2018).
  Too Big to Fail Banks' Regulatory Alchemy: Converting an Obscure Agency Footnote into Their own Repeal of the Dodd-Frank Statute's Regulation of the Multi-Hundred Trillion Dollar Financial Swaps Market, Institute for New Economic Thinking (Working Paper No. 74, June 2018).
Leslie Meltzer Henry Legal Obstacles to Including Adolescents in HIV Prevention Research, Journal of Medical Ethics (forthcoming 2019) (with H. Cleckler).
  Ethical Considerations Concerning Amnioinfusions for Treating Fetal Bilateral Renal Agenesis, 131 Obstetrics & Gynecology 130 (2018) (with others).
Diane Hoffmann Bacterial Baptism: Scientific, Medical, and Regulatory Issues Raised by Vaginal Seeding of C-Section-Born Babies, 47 Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 568 (2019) (with others).
  Vaginal Microbiota Transplantation: The Next Frontier, 47 Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 555 (2019) (with Kevin DeLong, Fareeha Zulfiqar, Anita J. Tarzian, and Laura M. Ensign).
  The Impact of Regulatory Policies on the Future of Fecal Microbiota Transplantation, 47 Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 482 (2019) (with Alexander Khoruts and Francis B. Palumbo).
  Introduction: The Promise and Challenges of Microbiome-Based Therapies, 47 Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 476 (2019).
  Karen Rothenberg: Prescient, Perceptive, Persistent and Passionate, 22 Journal of Health Care Law & Policy 141 (2019).
Kathleen Hoke Restricting the Sale of Flavored E-cigarettes in the US: An Examination of Local Regulations, 4 Tobacco Regulatory Science, no. 4, 32 (2018) (with others).
Julie A. Hopkins GOOGLE®: Not your Generic Search Engine, 13 Journal of Business & Technology Law 171 (2018). [Full Text]
Seema Kakade Detecting Corporate Environmental Cheating, Ecology Law Quarterly (forthcoming 2020) (with Matt Haber). [Full Text]
  Remedial Payments in Agency Enforcement, Harvard Environmental Law Review (forthcoming 2020). [Full Text]
Lee Kovarsky Book Review, 37 Law & History Review (forthcoming 2020) (reviewing Amanda L. Tyler, Habeas Corpus in Wartime: From the Tower of London to Guantanamo Bay (2017)).
  The American Execution Queue, 71 Stanford Law Review 1163 (2019). [Full Text]
  Citizenship, National Security Detention, and the Habeas Remedy, 107 California Law Review 867 (2019). [Full Text]
  Blue State Fantasies and the Death Penalty, 51 Texas Tech Law Review 125 (2018).
Russell McClain Bottled at the Source: Recapturing the Essence of Academic Support as a Primary Tool of Education Equity for Minority Law Students, 18 University of Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender & Class 139 (2018). [Full Text]
Michael Millemann Teaching Professional Responsibility Through Theater, Hastings Race and Poverty Law Journal (forthcoming 2020) (with Elliott Rauh and Robert Bowie Jr.). [Full Text]
  Digging Them out Alive, 25 Clinical Law Review 365 (2019) (with Rebecca Bowman-Rivas and Elizabeth Smith). [Full Text]
  In Memoriam: Clinton Bamberger--Fire for Justice, 77 Maryland Law Review 928 (2018). [Full Text]
Paula Monopoli The Constitutional Development of the Nineteenth Amendment in the Decade Following Ratification, 11 ConLawNOW 61 (2020). [Full Text]
William J. Moon Delaware's New Competition, 114 Northwestern University Law Review (forthcoming 2020). [Full Text]
  Regulating Offshore Finance, 72 Vanderbilt Law Review 1 (2019). [Full Text]
  Contracting Out of Public Law, 55 Harvard Journal on Legislation 323 (2018). [Abstract]
  Tax Havens as Producers of Corporate Law, 116 Michigan Law Review 1081 (2018). [Full Text]
Michael Pappas The Costs of Creating Environmental Markets: A Commodification Primer, 9 U.C. Irvine Law Review 731 (2019) (with Victor Byers Flatt).
  Disclaiming Property, 42 Harvard Environmental Law Review 391 (2018). [Full Text]
Frank Pasquale Six Horsemen of Irresponsibility, 79 Maryland Law Review 105 (2019). [Full Text]
  Bringing a Holistic Perspective to Law, Medicine, and the Humanities: A Tribute to Karen Rothenberg, 22 Journal of Health Care Law & Policy 187 (2019). [Full Text]
  Data-Informed Duties in AI Development, 119 Columbia Law Review 1917 (2019). [Full Text]
  Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Bias in Finance: Toward Responsible Innovation, 88 Fordham Law Review 499 (2019) (with Kristin Johnson and Jennifer Chapman). [Full Text]
  Eleven Things They Don't Tell You About Law & Economics: An Informal Introduction to Political Economy and Law, 37 Law & Inequality 98 (2019).
  Entrepreneurship Can Be Unproductive or Destructive, 37 Law & Inequality 125 (2019).
  Professional Judgment in an Era of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, 46 Boundary 2 73 (2019). [Full Text]
  Beyond Instrumentalism: A Substantivist Perspective on Law, Technology, and the Digital Persona, 2018 Michigan State Law Review 821 (with Arthur J. Cockfield).
  New Economic Analysis of Law: Beyond Technocracy and Market Design, 5 Critical Analysis of Law 1 (2018). [Full Text]
  When Machine Learning Is Facially Invalid, 61(9) Communications of the ACM 25 (2018).
  The Politics of Professionalism: Reappraising Occupational Licensure and Competition Policy, 14 Annual Review of Law & Social Science 309 (2018). [Full Text]
  A Rule of Persons, Not Machines: The Limits of Legal Automation, 87 George Washington Law Review 1 (2019). [Full Text]
  Prediction, Persuasion, and the Jurisprudence of Behaviourism, 68 University of Toronto Law Journal 63 (2018) (with Glyn Cashwell). [Full Text]
  Toward a Critical Theory of Corporate Wellness, 13 Biosocieties 190 (2018) (with Gordon Hull). [Full Text]
Robert Percival Environmental Law in the Supreme Court as the Kennedy Court Becomes the Roberts Court, Practical Real Estate Lawyer, March 2019, at 19.
  Global Trends in Protection of Migratory Birds, 33 Natural Resources & Environment 43 (2018) (with Garrett Kral).
  Country Report: United States. Trump Administration Launches an Aggressive Rollback of Environmental Regulation and Pursues "Energy Dominance" for U.S., 9 IUCN Academy of Environmental Law eJournal 214 (2018).
  Could Official Climate Denial Revive the Common Law as a Regulatory Backstop?, 96 Washington University Law Review 441 (2018) (with Mark Nevitt). [Full Text]
  Polar Opposites: Assessing the State of Environmental Law in the World's Polar Regions, 59 Boston College Law Review 1655 (2018) (with Mark P. Nevitt). [Full Text]
Michael Pinard Teaching Justice-Connectivity, 80 Louisiana Law Review 95 (2019).
  Not (Just) a Clinical Lawyer-Journal?, 26 Clinical Law Review 1 (2019) (with Phyllis Goldfarb and Randy Hertz).
Peter Quint Reflections on Donald Kommers' "Prolegomenon", 20 German Law Journal 557 (2019).
Natalie Ram Innovating Criminal Justice, 112 Northwestern University Law Review 659 (2018).
  Incidental Informants: Police Can Use Genealogy Databases to Help Identify Criminal Relatives--But Should They?, Maryland Bar Journal, July/August 2018, at 8.
Sharon Reece The Accordion Type Jurisprudence of ERISA Preemption Creates Unnecessary Uncertainty, 88 UMKC Law Review 115 (2019).
Max Stearns Constitutional Law's Conflicting Premises, Notre Dame Law Review (forthcoming 2020). [Full Text]
Maureen Sweeney Enforcing/Protection: The Danger of Chevron in Refugee Act Cases, 71 Administrative Law Review 127 (2019).
Kevin Tu Crypto-Collateral, 21 SMU Science and Technology Law Review 205 (2018).
  Perfecting Bitcoin, 52 Georgia Law Review 505 (2018). [Full Text]
Michael P. Van Alstine The Unified Field Solution to the Battle of the Forms Under the UN Sales Convention, 62 William & Mary Law Review (forthcoming 2020). [Full Text]
  Risiken für Deutsche Unternehmen bei Sicherungsrechten in den USA, 64 Recht der Internationalen Wirtschaft 169 (2018).